If you’re looking for art history curriculum to use in your homeschool this year, I have a list of some possible resources you can use.
This list includes formal curriculum, informative books, and masterpiece cards that I think you’ll find useful.
If you don’t find everything you need in the list below, you might want to check out my posts about complete homeschool curriculum, Catholic homeschool curriculum, and educational marketplaces. They will have even more resources you can use.
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Art History Curriculum
Andrews McMeel Publishing – This company publishes The Annotated Mona Lisa: A Crash Course in Art History from Prehistoric to Post-Modern by Carol Strickland, Ph.D. which is available for purchase on Amazon.
Artistic Pursuits – Get an art program designed specifically for homeschoolers from Artistic Pursuits.
Birdcage Press – Get fun games for teaching art history from Birdcage Press.
DK – Art: A Visual History is published by DK and available for purchase on Amazon.
How Great Thou Art – You’ll find a variety of art history products by Barry Stebbing on How Great Thou Art.
KnoodleU – KnoodleU has an interactive program for high school students called Drawing on History.
Thames and Hudson – This company publishes The Story of the World’s Greatest Paintings by Charlie Ayres which is available for purchase on Amazon.
The Masterpiece Cards – Use the Masterpiece Cards for a hands-on approach to art history.
Visible Ink Press – This company publishes The Handy Art History Answer Book by Madelynn Dickerson which is available for purchase on Amazon.
Walch Education – This company publishes Short Lessons in Art History: Artists and Their Work, Short Lessons in Art History: Exercises and Activities, Great Studio Projects in Art History, and Daily Warm-Up Art History all of which are available on Amazon.
I hope you found the right art history curriculum for your homeschool. If not, check back later. I’ll be adding more resources as I find them.
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